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Publication Date: 1992
Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Kluwin, Thomas N., Moores, Donald F., Gaustad, Martha G.
Examining various options for providing effective education -- including the highly controversial practice of mainstreaming -- the editors base their study on one of the largest and longest-running studies ever of public school programs for the deaf. They elucidate major concepts such as "least restrictive environment, " and "free and appropriate education, " and describe various models for thinking about the relationship between the deaf child, his or her family, peers, and the public school.Kluwin, Thomas N. is the author of 'Toward Effective Public School Programs for Deaf Students Context, Process, and Outcomes', published 1992 under ISBN 9780807731598 and ISBN 0807731595.
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